Bowling Team | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Bowling Team

Bowling Team | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Five men holding bowling balls stand behind a sign identifying the 1952 A. B. C. [American Bowling Congress] Tournament. The man standing second from right is wearing a shirt with a bowling pin and the initials ABC embroidered on the sleeve. In the center of the sign is a drawing of the Milwaukee Arena, now the UW Milwaukee Panther Arena, which opened in 1950. There is also a drawing of a globe with a star identifying Milwaukee, and a line of print declaring "Largest Tournament in History." On the reverse is written "L to R  Kujawa, Patten, Brumder, Wittman, Sloan." Brumder was Edward J. Brumder (1907-1998), at that time vice president of The North American Press of Milwaukee.
DESCRIPTION
Five men holding bowling balls stand behind a sign identifying the 1952 A. B. C. [American Bowling Congress] Tournament. The man standing second from right is wearing a shirt with a bowling pin and the initials ABC embroidered on the sleeve. In the center of the sign is a drawing of the Milwaukee Arena, now the UW Milwaukee Panther Arena, which opened in 1950. There is also a drawing of a globe with a star identifying Milwaukee, and a line of print declaring "Largest Tournament in History." On the reverse is written "L to R Kujawa, Patten, Brumder, Wittman, Sloan." Brumder was Edward J. Brumder (1907-1998), at that time vice president of The North American Press of Milwaukee.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:138608
Creation Date: 1952
Creator Name:A. B. C. Photos
City:Milwaukee
County:Milwaukee
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Brumder family and Milwaukee German ancestry and research papers, 1844-2014
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:Milwaukee Mss 229.6.2
Original Dimensions:10 x 8 inches
SUBJECTS
Bowlers
Clothing and dress
Portraits, Group
Men
Indoor photography
Eyeglasses
Uniforms
Bowling
Signs and signboards

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